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File copy from OneDrive to Dropbox

  • 11 January 2021
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  • Anonymous
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Hey guys, I’ve got an app that takes a picture and uploads it to a directory in OneDrive.  I want to create a Zap that, when it sees a new file hit that directory, simply copies that new image to a directory in Dropbox.  Done.  That’s it.  Each image is named according to the datetime so there won’t be any duplicates.  Regardless I can’t get this to work.  Anyone ever done something like this and got it to work?  


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What issues or errors are you encountering?

Perhaps provide screenshots of how your Zap steps are configured.


Zap Steps

  1. Trigger: OneDrive - New File
  2. Action: Dropbox - Upload File

Nothing happens, lol.

When I set up the trigger (a new file comes into a folder) and test it, the zap finds a file there just fine, but that’s as far as it goes.  The action I had set up was for Dropbox but I don’t think that’s correct.  But if I make the Action a OneDrive action - copy or move file isn’t an action I can create.

Userlevel 7
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Please provide screenshots as that will be the best for us to see how your Zap steps are configured.

Userlevel 7
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Just checking in to see if you still need help with this? 

Nah, but thank you, I went with a simple Robocopy task run every night.